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Tester Calls on Senate to Pass Toxic Exposure Legislation

Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee Chairman Jon Tester is urging his colleagues to pass the PACT Act of 2022 which would provide healthcare benefits to toxic-exposed veterans. The bill cleared the Senate’s first procedural vote 86 to 12 with a final vote expected soon. Tester says they have an opportunity to make history that’s too close ...

Anaconda Workers Sue Over Toxic Exposure

Eight people who worked at a U.S. Minerals slag-processing plant in Anaconda which closed last June have sued the company saying it failed to protect them from toxic dust and exposed them to high levels of arsenic. The latest lawsuit follows fines probation and other conditions imposed last year after being convicted of negligent endangerment ...

Bill Expanding Veteran Health Care Unanimously Passed By VA Committee

The U.S. Senate Veterans Affairs Committee unanimously passed legislation Wednesday co-sponsored by Chairman Jon Tester to offer post-9/11 combat-veterans access to Department of Veterans Affairs health care. During the hearing Senator Tester pointed out how the Health Care for Burn Pit Veterans Act will address additional effects of toxic exp...

Congressman Rosendale Pushes For Greater Toxic Exposure Treatment For Veterans

Congressman Matt Rosendale serves on the U.S. House Veterans Affairs Committee addressing challenges the country’s veterans face. Recently on Voices of Montana he said the committee is going to take a hard look at improving access for those suffering from toxic exposure.